Adolphus Busch IV Responds as InBev Courts A-B Stockholders

11:04 AM, Jul 8, 2008   |    comments
  • Share
  • Print
  • - A A A +

KSDK -- InBev will soon be using the mail and now the newspaper to try and court Anheuster-Busch stockholders.

The Belgian brewer wants to convince them to oust A-B's current board of directors.

InBev took out a full page ad in Tuesday's edition of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

Among those InBev wants on the A-B board are high-profile names like Adolphus Busch IV who supports InBev's proposed buyout. He is also the uncle of A-B CEO August Busch IV.

In a statement released Monday night, Adolphus Busch said, "It continues to be my personal belief that the combination of these two great companies will have a positive impact."

Click here to read the entire statement from Adolphus Busch IV

Anheuser-Busch heads have urged stockholders not to sign or return any literature they may receive from InBev. 


Most Watched Videos